Create MySQL rows from new Google Forms responses
When this happensStep 1: New Response in Spreadsheet
Then do thisStep 2: New Row
Form submissions contain a wealth of information, so why not control where that data lives? By connecting your forms to your databases with this integration, you can store that valuable data easily. As soon as a new response is received in your Google Forms account, you'll automatically generate a MySQL row for those details.
How this Google Forms-MySQL integration works
- You have a new form response
- Zapier creates a new database row
- Google Forms